Starring Sharman Joshi, who acts as a journalist Manav Banerjee in Graham Staines Ek Ankahi Sachai: The Least of These, speaks about the impact of the film, religious solidarity. The film is directed by Aneesh Daniel, released on 28 August 2020 on the OTT Streaming platform Shemaroome. In the year 1999, Graham Staines, an Australian missionary, along with his two sons, 10-year-old Philip and 6-year-old Timothy, was burnt to death by a mob. Graham Staines Ek Ankahi Sachai Full Movie on Shemaroome stream online on Shemaroome After 20-years, this horrific incident, Aneesh Daniel released a film, titled The Graham Staines Story: The Least Of These, starring Stephen Baldwin as the eponymous character and Bollywood actor Sharman Joshi, as a journalist, Manav Banerjee, who goes to Odisha state to uncover the facts behind rumors that Staines is illegally converting lepra patients into Christianity. The film has other cast names Stephen Baldwin, Shari Rigby, Manoj Mishra, Prakash Balwadi, Aditi Chegappa, Annesh Daniel, Campbell Ellis, and Emily Ellis. My character was not a real-life character. We have devised this character of a journalist, and through his eyes, this whole story plays out.- Sharman Joshi "It''s an important film as it''s based on a true story. Through the film, we are hoping that the takeaway for the audience would be that any act of extremism should be frowned down. Whatever religion, faith, or philosophy you believe in, it should be given absolute freedom. The purpose of this film is for all of us to understand the importance of tolerance," --- Sharman told PTI.\u00a0 View this post on Instagram Watch my new movie Graham Staines: Ek Ankahi Sachai streaming now on #ShemarooMeBoxOffice! Book your tickets on the @ShemarooMe app or on @bookmyshowin. So head on & watch this true-to-life story now! A post shared by Sharman Joshi (@sharmanjoshi) on Aug 27, 2020 at 10:35pm PDT Graham Staines: Ek Ankahe Sachhai (The Least Of These) is an incredible true story of Graham Staines, an Australian Christian missionary, who along with his two sons, Philip (aged 10) and Timothy (aged 6), was burnt to death in India by members of a Hindu fundamentalist group. Staines worked at Mayurbhanj Leprosy Home taking care of people who had leprosy and tribals living in abject poverty and was claimed to forcibly convert people in the name of missionary activity. How to Stream? You can watch Graham Staines Ek Ankahi Sachai full movie watch online on Shemaroome. Get the latest\u00a0Celebs news\u00a0updates,\u00a0Movie news, and\u00a0Top Stories\u00a0much more. Moviespie.com\u00a0is now on Telegram.\u00a0Click here to join our channel (@moviespie)\u00a0and stay updated with the latest headlines. Follow us on\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram,\u00a0Reddit,\u00a0and\u00a0Google News\u00a0for more latest news and updates.